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The church of St Thomas a Becket, Fairfield, is a rare example of a small medieval church which has managed to survive without an immediate village to sustain it. It stands remote and isolated on a man-made hillock above the Wallend Marsh, part of Romney Marsh, Kent, UK.
The church was initially built of timber, lath and plaster in the 1200’s but has since been strengthened with brick, and in 1913 the whole building was reconstructed and encased to preserve it.